Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Temporary Housing in Philadelphia. is for those who are looking for Temporary Housing for those who qualify as low income.

We provide many opportunities to find a quick temporary solution to your housing needs. Some Types of Temporary Housing we provide are listed below.

- Boarding Homes
- Transitional Housing: Temporary housing for homeless, working homeless, sober living homes. Anything not considered emergency homeless shelter.
- Halfway Houses: Variety of homes that can assist residents with substance abuse issues, emaotional issues, physical issues and to transition back to society.

Search Results:

  • West Philadelphia Consortium Transitional Housing Website Learn more 3751 Island Avenue, 3rd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA - 19153
    (215) 596-8100
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  • Comm For Dignity And Fairness For The Homeless Housing Development Email Website Learn more 5221 Germantown Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA - 19144
    (215) 713-0960
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  • Drueding Center Email Website Learn more 413 West Master Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19122
    (215) 769-1830
    Drueding Center follows in the example of Jesus, proclaiming the hope God offers in the midst of human struggle.They take in families, support and work with them, and help them heal to ensure that all these families one day have the skills and resources necessary to live independently and reach their individual measures of success.Drueding Center renews lives and restores hope by worki .. see more
  • Peoples Emergency Center Email Website Learn more 325 North 39th St
    Philadelphia, PA - 19104
    (267) 777-5880
    People's Emergency Center nurtures families, strengthens neighborhoods, and drives change. They are committed to increasing equity and opportunity throughout the entire community. They provide comprehensive supportive services to women and their children experiencing homelessness, revitalize their West Philadelphia neighborhood, and advocate for social justice. .. see more
  • Resources For Human Development Email Website Learn more 4700 Wissahickon Ave
    Philadelphia, PA - 19144
    (215) 951-0300
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  • Bethesda Project Email Website Learn more 1630 South Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19146
    (215) 985-1600
    Bethesda Project operates 14 sites throughout Center City Philadelphia for individual adults experiencing homelessness. These sites range from emergency shelter to safe haven provisions to supportive housing to independent living spaces. OBP is run in conjunction with the City of Philadelphia and provides emergency shelter for 149 men and supportive services for an additi .. see more
  • Women Against Abuse Email Website Learn more 100 South Broad Street,
    Philadelphia, PA - 19110
    (215) 386-1280
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  • Self Email Website Learn more 1425 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19102
    (215) 496-9610
    Self strongly believes that every participant has the right to safe, affordable, permanent housing; earning a livable wage; being connected to family; being connected to community; and to achieve successful independent living through personal development and transformation. They also believe that by addressing social determinants of health they can improve outcomes and reduce home .. see more
  • Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission Email Website Learn more 302 N. 13th Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19107
    (215) 922-6400
    Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission offers:*Three meals served every day for men, women and children*Overnight emergency shelter for men*Long-term residential recovery program for men*Transitional housing program for women (and children) at separate location .. see more
  • Sanctuary Transitional Housing Philadelphia Learn more 816 South 20 th Street
    Philadelphia, PA -

    Sanctuary Transitional Housing is a supportive housing for up to 16 men who suffer from chronic mental disabilities. Housing, meals, community building, life skills training, recovery assistance, and medication and financial management are provided. Each resident participates in the life of the house to the best of his ability. .. see more
  • Kairos House Transitional Housing Website Learn more 1440 N. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19121
    (215) 763-4783
    Provides affordable SROs to formerly homeless adults who require regular supportive services and supervision. Residents work intensively with in-house case management services to establish and attain goals outlined in their service plan. Kairos House services include meal preparation, medication management, financial management and 24 hour staff coverage. Residen .. see more
  • Focus House Transitional Home Website Learn more 701 N 63rd St
    Philadelphia, PA - 19151
    (215) 477-0063
    Gaudenzia helps people affected by chemical dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life-allowing them to live as productive and accountable individuals. This is accomplished through comprehensive treatment and prevention methods guided by a philosophy of mutual concern and responsibility. Gaudenzia also conducts research and educa .. see more
  • Station House Transitional Home Learn more 2601 N Broad St
    Philadelphia, PA - 19132
    (215) 227-5086
    Station House Transitional housing by recommendation.Single room occupancy providing postal services and communal bathrooms and kitchen. .. see more
  • Word Of Deliverance Open Hand Ministries Email Website Learn more 1500 Dickinson Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19146
    (267) 239-2746
    Word of Deliverance Open Hand Ministries Inc. Empowering individuals to gain control of their lives after being in substance abuse rehabilitation by becoming responsible adults within our present society. Faith - based Independent living with accountability .. see more
  • Potter's House Mission Email Website Learn more 524 South 52nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19143
    (215) 747-7477
    Potter's House Mission  is a non-profit 501(c)3 community based organization that provides transitional housing for homeless women with children and social services to the community at-large in West, Southwest Philadelphia and the Nice-town section of Philadelphia. .. see more
  • First Stop Recovery Email Learn more 2418 Kensington Ave
    Philadelphia, PA - 19125
    (215) 917-7474
    First Stop Recovery is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people addicted to alcohol and other drugs, not just to get sober but back and functioning in society. First Stop is the only nonprofit addiction center that dedicates itself to getting their clients job training and job placement as well. No money, no ID, no insurance required. I .. see more
  • Gaudenzia DRC Website Learn more 229 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19106
    (215) 625-8060
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  • Gaudenzia Re Entry House Website Learn more 5401 Wayne Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA - 19144
    (215) 438-5082
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  • Gaudenzia Washington House Website Learn more 1516 Washington Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA - 19146
    (215) 985-1200
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  • Northeast Treatment Centers Website Learn more 2205 Bridge Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19137
    (215) 743-6150
    NorthEast Treatment Centers (NET) is an organization dedicated to providing behavioral health and social services along a continuum of care to adults, adolescents, children and families. .. see more
  • Self Help Movement Email Website Learn more 2600 Southampton Road
    Philadelphia, PA - 19116
    (215) 677-7778
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  • Shalom Email Website Learn more 1080 North Delaware Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA - 19125
    (215) 425-7727
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  • Time for a New Start Email Learn more 2416 W. Lehigh
    Philadelphia, PA - 19132
    Located in Nicetown, Philadelphia, Time for a New Start is a newly renovated facility offering an affordable, temporary revival, living in a clean and sober environment. House fees do not apply for the first month! Twice meals a day prepared by their professional chef are provided at no extra cost!! Outpatient services are available at no extra charge! All this for just $ 295 a mon .. see more
  • Oxford House Italian Market Website Learn more 641 Washington Ave
    Philadelphia, PA - 19147
    (267) 928-4779
    Gender: MenBeds: 7Oxford House is democratically self-run by the residents, they elect officers who serve for terms of 6 months.This is an effective and low cost way of preventing relapse.Length of Stay:As long as you do not drink alcohol, use drugs, and pay an equal share of the house expenses, you can live in an Oxford House for as long as you need; the u .. see more
  • Bethesda Project Email Website Learn more 1630 South Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19146
    (215) 985-1600
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